Andrew Acedo is a UCLA graduate who is passionate about cinema, literature, Bojack Horseman, Kanye West and the Lakers. In college, he taught a course about the lack of access to higher education in the Pilipinx Community and currently serves as a counselor for UCLA’s largest non-profit organization called UniCamp, where he leads groups of kids from urban areas in a week-long camping trip in the mountains. Having an older brother with Down syndrome, Andrew loves contributing whatever he can to the disabled community. He also serves as a Script Reader for the International Screenwriter’s Association (ISA), where he reads, scores, and gives feedback for script submissions from writers around the world. His goal is to give a platform to films by hidden talent around the world, and he believes that NFMLA gives him the opportunity to do just that.